Handmade live-edge cutting and charcuterie boards made of wood from felled Southern pecan trees from maker, Murry Thompson's, family farm that he recovered after a South Carolina tropical storm. After recovery, the wood was stored for several years to allow the spalting process to produce the uniquely intricate lines and vibrant colors that you see in the boards.
The handles are hand-wrought solid copper or coated iron, and each board is reversible with grooves cut in the cutting board side to reduce mess. Each board is finished with at least 6 layers of food-safe coating.
Boards may be washed gently by hand with mild soap and dried. Wet/dry sandpaper and olive oil or butcher block oil may be used, should finish need restoring.